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STAINING HALL AND SITE OF STAINING GRANGE

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Staining Grange, founded in 1240, was dependent on the Cistercian Abbey of Stanlaw, (later Whalley Abbey), and seems to have been a manor house, in which capacity it probably continued after the rebellion of 1537. The present Staining Hall retains part of its ancient moat which survives on the north and west sides of the detached outbuildings. Foundations have been dug up from time to time south of the house and used in the construction of the garden wall, and possibly in some of the outbuildings.

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